Der Butler (Originaltitel: The Butler, alternativ Lee Daniels' The Butler) ist ein US-amerikanischer Kinofilm aus dem Jahr , der am Oktober Forest WhitakerOprah WinfreyJohn CusackJane FondaCuba Gooding Jr.Terrence HowardLenny KravitzJames MarsdenDavid OyelowoAlan RickmanLiev. Der Butler ein Film von Lee Daniels mit Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey. Inhaltsangabe: Nach dem Tod seiner Eltern wird der junge Schwarze Cecil Gaines vom.
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This is an incredibly clumsy and disjointed movie but it thinks it's the shit. A lot of that comes from Daniels, who is about as subtle as a freight train.
Don't watch this, it's a waste of time. Stephen S Super Reviewer. Sep 06, A generally enjoyable -- if partially miscast and bloated -- biopic that covers so much historical ground it's difficult not to admire.
Isaac H Super Reviewer. May 20, Marcus W Super Reviewer. Aug 18, A somewhat moving film done with grace and dignity, but lacking the emotional heft to be profound.
Although Whitaker and Winfrey deliver, the performances of the rest of the A-List ensemble cast is hit-or-miss. Entertaining but unnervingly episodic.
Christian C Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Louis Gaines: What are you doing here? Cecil Gaines: I came here to protest with you.
Cecil Gaines: Americans always turn a blind eye to our own. We look out to the world and judge. We hear about the concentration camps, but these camps went on for years in America.
Butlers have traditionally been male, and this remains the norm. Probably the first mention of a female butler is in the book Interludes being Two Essays, a Story, and Some Verses by Horace Smith.
In it Smith quotes the noted writer and Anglican clergyman Sydney Smith , who between and struggled to make ends meet in a poorly paid assignment to a rural parish in Yorkshire :.
Sydney turned schoolmistress to educate my girls as I could not afford a governess. I turned farmer as I could not let my land.
A man servant was too expensive, so I caught up a little garden girl, made like a milestone, christened her Bunch, put a napkin in her hand, and made her my butler.
The girls taught her to read, Mrs. Sydney to wait, and I undertook her morals. Bunch became the best butler in the country.
Today, female butlers are sometimes preferred,  especially for work within West Asian and Southeast Asian families where there may be religious objections for men to work closely with women in a household.
The Charles MacPherson Academy for Butlers and Household Managers reports that 40 per cent of the students admitted into its program are women.
The school goes on to report that the labour market still has a preference for male butlers; however, the market is becoming more progressive and increasing numbers of female butlers are being hired.
In ancient times, the roles precursive to butlering were reserved for chattel or those confined within heredity-based class structures.
With the advent of the medieval era, butlering became an opportunity for social advancement—even more so during Victorian times.
Although still based upon various antecedent roles as manifested during different eras, butlering today has frequently taken over many of the roles formerly reserved for lower-ranking domestic servants.
At the same time it has become a potentially lucrative career option. Butlers have been occasionally depicted in visual art. A famous painting , Heads of Six of Hogarth's Servants c.
In it, the 18th-century English artist William Hogarth depicted his household servants, all surrounding the butler. In showing the group in a close-knit assemblage rather than in the performance of their routine household duties, Hogarth sought to humanise and dignify them in a manner akin to wealthy-class members, who were the normal subjects of such portraits.
While this was a subversive act that certainly raised many eyebrows in his day—Hogarth conspicuously displayed the work in his estate home in full view of guests—at the same time he had painted his servants' facial expressions to convey the sincerity and deference expected of servant-class members.
In contemporary art , "The Butler's in Love" series by U. In the series, Stock portrays the butler as sick with love, but the possibility of fulfillment is hopeless: the love is a forbidden love, perhaps felt for the lady of the house, and so it must be suffered alone in silent concealment.
In addition to the ongoing mannerisms and facial expressions of the butler, a seated lady once appearing in a curtained room and a recurring lipstick-stained absinthe glass over which the butler obsesses provide the interpretive clues.
In selecting a butler as his subject, Stock sought to provide a "universal character", a pathos-laden figure that could be widely related to and that could depict the universality of loneliness felt by someone who can only look in from the outside.
Stock began the series in to express his difficult feelings during a personal experience of unrequited love. The real-life modern butler attempts to be discreet and unobtrusive, friendly but not familiar, keenly anticipative of the needs of his or her employer, and graceful and precise in execution of duty.
The butler of fiction, by contrast, often tends to be larger than life and has become a plot device in literature and a traditional role in the performing arts.
They are often portrayed as being serious and expressionless and in the case that the wealthy hero is an orphan—such as Batman , Chrono Crusade 's Satella Harvenheit, or Tomb Raider 's Lara Croft —may be a father figure to said hero.
Regardless of the genre in which they are cast, butlers in fiction almost invariably follow the "British butler" model and are given an appropriate-sounding surname.
The fictional butler tends to be given a typical Anglo-Celtic surname and have an English accent.
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Sign Up Now. Gloria Gaines Isaac White Charlie Gaines 10 David Oyelowo Louis Gaines Joe Chrest Edit Storyline Cecil Gaines was a sharecropper's son who grew up in the s as a domestic servant for the white family who casually destroyed his.
Taglines: One quiet voice can ignite a revolution. Edit Did You Know? Trivia This is Oprah Winfrey 's first on-screen film role since Beloved in which she does not play herself.
Goofs When his fellow butler clears Cecil's empty plate at the state dinner, he clears it from Cecil's left.
Proper etiquette calls for dishes to be cleared from the diner's right side. Quotes [ first lines ] Cecil Gaines : The only thing I ever knew was cotton.
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I thought 12 Years a Slave was good but not better than The Butler. Edit Details Country: USA. Language: English.